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steim press m wi iMrii of Baltimore, iti edition
is so large as to require is to be put to press at m
or/y 4<mr; 4 4rert ??**??< j, therefore, jjUvU &?
?* * / ?"? IV?lw o'eloek, m.; othonoise they
may not appear until th* next day.
None*.?District of Columbui 4<fecrrt?em??rj
9 ?? ix<er:td in the Baltimore Sim ar? rtcetved
*i ami forwarded from Tkm Star ojlce.
Police Matter*.?Before Justice MrKenna ?
Jobi McLaughlin was accused of indulging too
freely in the "Bowing bowl," oT trying his pugli
stie abilities upon a dark complexion hack
driver at the Railroad Depot, and raising a fuss
generally He was lined ?5 and costs.
t. 'th?tL??r*rKiU ??* drunk?very drunk?w much
" J" nothing short uf the direst compulsion
^LC Lil? to lrt K? tl?e ground upon
h!ch he lay. *nd was grasping with the clutch
>vhiskv Hell disagreed about a bottle of
wss ? bindyiDK of unpleasant epithets Vn i?no
minions invitation was extended to Ylrs CantSrii
Ux-r.L M.ry, ,?d c
"rj.,b" n,U,,tod ,b" Mary woulSuke piec"
of red hot iron if no one was about to witness the
! ;rC,,rI? H?C% T^U.*tict' with hi? USUQ.1 love or
imparti il.tyr, fined both the accusing parties the
sum of#1.1)1 each, and told them toIftffSbrtS
f.?r the future.
Before Justice Thompson.?Charles Warren,
C olored.) was arrested for profane and indecent
language towards Georgiana Dad*, also colored
It apft-ared In evidence that a difficulty occurred
between the two at the residence of the latter,
and that in the quarrel Warren threw a brick at
^ Georgiana, and also threatened subsequently to
inflict personal violence upon her. He was fined
* > *M cents in the case of the profana and indecent
language, and bound over to keep the peace for
months in the latter case.
B'foraJmstice Domn ?Wm. Babbington was
"rrested tins morning by Officer Carter, for assault
and battery on Dan'i Hickey. The parties deal in
rows in centre Market. Justice Donn's office was
hiled :n a moment with a crowd of acquaintances
f the parties. and it was difficult to hear the testimony.
as all concerned seemed inclined to talk
"t the same time. It was finally ascertained that
ll 7^ <* * case for court, and Babblngton was
held to ball for peace.
"Virginia alias Mary \\ illiams was arrested by
Offictsr Fanuint;, for stealing a silk dress and a
shawl from Miss Elizabeth Everett The articles
were recovered, the girl confessed the act, and
was fully committed for court. She had been
# i?ployed in the family of Mr. S. De Camp, from
whence the articles were stolen. Miss E. re-idine
v ith Mr. De Camp s family After convevin"'the
,ir? to jail. Officer Fanning recovered other goods
ru)f>o.:s. joseys, Ac., which he will retain to be
Mistur Ldter : lin a stranger yer, an a lokin
round fur bisnis. an my obsirvashuns induces me
tu nv, The poll se comes party nigh tu my noshun
uv things, bat it wants a litel mendmiut. The
poiise h.:s mnskits, an goes a drilin every day
Now Jm down on inuskita, cos they air tu hevvy
tu carry, an walkin roun an shuliin makes me
c uss.d third, an o2 dolears an a ^ aint a nuf for
*o mush worke fur one munth, butef the Maer
-ifs homes fur the poiise tu ride, an litil canes, not
hevvy, and raisis the pay tu sixte dolers a munth,
tuen lie giue. Yrs til death,
? ? -v n Grmes Smiths.
. . . .n L? is a man got eny rite tu aske un1
awful questuns in this citl. yisturday a man
*sk*d me ware 1 cum frum, 1 told him frum the
. iti ov . s-5 he. did yu leve yor clti fur yor
itis goade. Now mistur edter i donte like sich
quest?]us. ai Its non ov his bisnis, my citi noes
wither i l-jf? hur fur bur goade. ef thea make the
nendmip.t tu the nue cuntpenny, that is ^it the
' osses rn things lie gine sure. Gemes.
\shistcs, March 2?th, 1-60.
Arts ArrRovFD.?The Mayor has signed and
approved the following acts and joint resolutions
of the City Councils :?Acts mak in^ appropriation
for the erection of a cesspool at the entrance of
alley In square 4J??; making appropriation for the
judicial expenses of the Corporation; granting the
use of the basement of the public school on Sixth
street west, between D and K south, for Sunday
s hool purposes; for relief of Wm. H Taylor; to
gr.id? and gravel Third street east, from Maryland
avenue to C street north; to trim and gravel
F street north, from Fourth street west to NewJersey
avenue; joint re??olutions authorizing the
Mayor to pay one month's salary to the widow of
he late Water Purveyor; inviting the Committee
on the District of Columbia of the two Houses of
Congress to visit the Potomac Water Works
The Volunteers.?The military board which
was charged with drafting a plan for the reorganization
of tne District militia having performed
their duty so far as a general organization is concerned.
have a meeting to-night, we learn, for
the purpose of preparing a bill to present to Congr?*s
for the establishment of one or more independent
regiments, upon a plan which will meet
the views of the corps already in existence We
are informed that the bill proposes to establish
these independent regiments on a plan which
will include every arm of the service, cavalry,
artillery, rifles, a id infantry. The regiments to
be armed and equipped by the Government: the
offi ers and men to be exempt from jjry duty; to
be subject to call in any case of emergency; ai d
to receive pay for their service at those timts.
Foundry Chapel Concert.?Tfce public are
advised to attend the Concert to be giveu next
Tuesday night bv the choir attached to the above
chapel, assisted by some of the city's best musical
Ulent The programme embraces music of undoubted
excellence, which has seldom if ever
been sung before a Washington audience, among
W|i!C T,maV k** noted the beautiful cantata of
!le Transient and the Eternal." bv Romberg;
I.uther's "Judgment Hymn;" Handel's "Great
Double Hail Stone Chorus," and other excellent
things, which will be worth hearing. Go early.
Prof Iowlki'h Lectures on Prenology, at
Philharmonic Hall, close finally this eveuing, the
subject beiiig, by request, "Intellectual culture
and self-iapprovement, memory, how to become
good thinkers, Writers, and speakers, the basis of
success iu business, Ac. The lecturer also proposes
to give the phrenological development
necenary for a good President and Mayor; and it
is understood that the committee on examinations
will make an effort to have one or more prospective
candidates for Mayor upon the stand for
Arrest or Fcv.itivks ?Tois morning, Mr
Baley Brown, keeper of the Anacostia bridge,
brought to the office of Justice Donn a colored
man and woman suspected of being runaways
from Maryland The man is named Maudred
Harrison, and says lie belongs to Mrs. Maria Duvall,
but works as a carpenter forThos. E. Berry.
The woman says sh? belongs to the same person,
but tfce man savs he does not know her at all
They were committed to jail to*waita requisition
from the owners.
Odd Fellows' Funeral.?Central Lodge, No.
1. I. O O. F., (Jackson Edmonston marshal.)
were out in procession Thursday afternoon, proceded
by Withers'band, attending the funeral
of their late fellow-member, Mr. Jere. McKnew
The funeral services at the house were conducted
by Rev. Messrs. Samson and Kennard. and the
fnneral cortege proceeded to Glenwood Cemetery,
where, after the Odd Fellows' solemn services
by Chaplain Martin Johnson, the body was
placed In the ground.
Charge or Larceny. ?Tfcursday evening.
Officer Arnold arrested a young man named Lowe,
in the lower p*rt of the Fifth Ward, on a charge
of stealing a gill nett, valued at S10. from Capt.
Edward Barry. He was taken to the office of
Justice Ferguson, on Pennsylvania avenue, where
an examination was held, and the aeensed committed
to jail for court. The officers are in pursuit
of two other lads who are suspected of complicity
in the taking of the net.
Our Georgetown readers are to have a fine
literary treat on Monday night in the interesting
lecture on Africa, to be delivered by Mr. Walter
S Hunter Mr. Hunter has the great advantage
?s a lecturer of having been an actaal observer of
what be describes His lecture, we hear, gives
much val table information concerning this coontry
(Africa.) concerning which so much interest
is felt and so little Is really known.
Visit to Mount Vernon?This morning, the
Knights Templar of this city started upon a visit
to Mount Vernon, accompanied byaereral visiting
Knight*. The Order was not out as strong a* we
bw,Ve (S^'day) being unfavorab
e for a full parade. The Knighti were in reSii*'
ners W ithers' Band fupplled the music.
Concert ?Immense has h**n tk*
to if?1 tor the Patti concert
SdT'lSu ?1 iaeb of Willards
Hall will be occupied to-night The mogramme
? T here. We call attention to it in
another column. A musical feast indeed :
2"ATIO?l R'Vlrs military cam panv is
ffiWBtiRg m numbers and perfecting in the drill
h* lncreM? the ranks has Induced
luLTJ-L rtrTl0Tr thelr to more extended
have accordingly rented the
cornCT^f SjSS1h*n*in? establishment,
corner of Ninth and 6streets" for the purpose.
PrrneJiT tto B?>k Auction of Ben F.
I * ? ?? ??
Srpaxiti Court ?Yesterday. Dennis Foley
Esq , of Toledo, Ohio, Nathaniel Bennett, Esq.
of California, and R. Holland Duell. Esq., o
New York, were admitted attorneys and counsel
Ion of this Court.
No 33. Jobu Overton et al , plaintiffs in efror
sgt. Jos-ph Cheek et al. The motion Hied bi
Mr. Davidgeoa the 27th instant was argued b;
Mr Glllft is opposition thereto.
No 173. Emma B. C. Thompson et al., plain
tiC? in error, agt. Jane Carroll's lessee, et al
The argument of this cause r.-a? continued b]
Mr Taylor for the defendants in error, and con
eluded by Mr. Badger for the plaintiffs in error
No 174 Thomas Bell, plaintiff in error, agt
The Mayor and Council of thecity of Yicksburg
This cense was argued by Mr. Benjamin for thi
plaintiff in error, and by Mr. Badger for the de
fendantsIn error. Adjourned until Monday.
Ms. Murdoch's Lecture and Readings.?a
large audience greeted Mr. J. F.. Murdoch at th<
Smithsonian last evening, on which occasion b<
favored the public of Washington with a Dra
matic reading of the principal scenes, dialogues
soliloquies, Ac , of the tragedy of Hamlet,accom
panied by remarks on the grandeur and geniu
of Shakspean*. as therein delineated. His lecturi
was delivered in a most eloquent style, and wa
warmly applauded by the large auditory. Thi
entertainment was given in aid of the Ladles
Mount Vernon Association. Mr. M. was intro
duced by the Hon. John Cochrane, of N. Y.
Assaults.?D. Genau was arrested yesterday b]
Officer Parbam, and taken before Justice Donri
for nn assault and battery on Philip Rider. I
firoved to be a trifling matter, and Justice Doni
ield him to bail for peace, and fined him 91.9for
A. R. Allen, detective officer, went to the sami
office on being informed that a warrant was pend
ing against him for an assault and battery on Mr
Forman, reporter for the "States and Union" news
p per, and gave bail for court.
Tiik Union Association of the Seventh Ware
btld a large meeting on Thursday evening last, a
Island Hall. Hon Mr. Gilmer of N. C . and Hon
R Thompson of lnd.,were present, and addressee
the meeting in denunciation of sectionalism, giv
ing vivid pictures of the consequences of disunion
and urging the necessity for the union of conser
vative men for the sake of the Union.
The Association adjourned to meet again tb<
A Fit.ht in a Restaurant?Last night, Wm
Lunsford and Patrick Mulligan met in a restau
rant In the Second Ward. Mulligan spoke of hii
ability to do considerable in the pugilistic, way
and Lunsford undertook to test his ability. Whil<
preparing, Mulligan struck him, and Lunsfori
returned the blow with a tumbler on the top o:
Mulligan's bead. They were arrested by officer!
banning and EcklofF, and tak?n to the guard
house,and held to bail for court by Justice Donn
The Theatre.? To-night, the accomplished
Miss Davenport takes her benefit at the Theatre
and makes her last appearance previous to hei
departure for California, and will personate Dot
in Dickens' "Cricket on her Hearth," and Peji
\V oliingtou in the second act of ' Masks and
Faces," in which she will also chant the Mar
seilles Hymn in French, by request.
Centre Market.?The market space present
ed a lively appearance this morning, supplies
liein^ good ?yid in brisk demand. The price:
remain the same as last quoted in the Star. Th<
old annoyance of persona having no particulai
business at the market, grouping about the stand;
obstructing the view of articles "ottered for sale, ii
The Canal.?The canal is so far repaired ai
that boats will be able to pass by to-morrow oi
next day; a number have already left this por
laden with coal for the District cities. It is cal
culated that the coal companies will do a lar^i
business this season. We hope no untoward even
will occur to interrupt canal navigation.?Cutn
Benefit of f rank (, on verse and last ntgii1
of the Campbell*.?To-night, this capital per
former upon the banjo wilPtake a benefit. Wi
hope it will be a bumper. This being also tin
1 sst of this famous troupe in this city there n<
doubt will be a crowded bouse.
We are indebted to Mr. P. Emerich. of thi
European Hotel, Star Buildings, for a ttask o
that extra brand of whisky known among con
nolsseurs by the name of "Choice Old Patriotic,'
Lang & Myers. Philadelphia.
By an announcement in another column i
will be seen that the Rev. Thomas H. Stocktoi
will preach in the House of Representatives to
morrow, the services commencing at 11 o'clock
Watch Returns.?Joseph Schwartz, vagrant
tine and costs, &:>.15. Wm. Lunsford, fighting
hail for court. Patrick Mulligan, do ; do. On<
lodger was accommodated.
Wedding Cakes, very pretty and very cheap
host loo Cream and Water loes ; at low price, a
the Philadelphia Confectionary, corner 12th and F
sU. mar 8 lm*
is the best and cheapest article for Dressing, Beau
tifyin*, Cleansing, Curling, Preserving and Re
storing the Hair. Ladies, try it. Sold by all Drug
gists and Perfumers. mar 12-6m
Pennies.?Persons desiring Pennies willalwayi
find them for exohange at the Star Oflioe counter.
Prostration of the system and rapid deolim
a-e a most invariably the results of early mal-pr&o
tioes and uncheck?d vioious rabit? ?A treatise
elaborately rot up, has lately issued from the press
illustrating this tendency, and the cure as well a
prevention of the same. Jt. is entitled " Huynat
t'nilty, or Physiological Researches." It enteri
fu'ly into the causes, t-tfeots aid most efficaoioui
mode . f curing all diseases of a delicate nature
wi'h copious instructions for the perfect restora
tion of those \rho are prevented by impediment
from ente in* into the marriage state. Sold by Dr
Harrow, 194 Bleeck?r street, New York. Prici
25 cent#. Sent free of postage.
Sold also by S. Calvert Ford, Jr., Washington
D. C. mar 7 lm
Mrs. Winslow, an experienced nurseand femali
phvsician. has a Soothing Syrup for Childen Teeth
mi, which greatly facilitates the prooess of teethini
by softening the gums, reducing all inflammationw.
ailay all pain, and is sure to rogulate th
bowels. Depend upon it, mothers, it will give res
to yourselves, and relief and health to your infants
Perfectly *afe in all oasea. See advertisement ij
another column. oc 11-ly
Queru's Coii Liver Oil Jelly.
This great specific for Consumption is last snpir
ceding al! others in its curative effects upon thosi
alHicted with tuhercu.a'- diseases. Prepared upoi
hinh y sci*??itifi3 principles of tho j>uro oi', an<
roi'brd of the nauseous taste of the plain artie:e, i
is received into the stomach in its jellified form
without mastication, and is gradually dissolve*
and digested, passing into th' small uifstine* dro|
by drop, supply ing the wastes of the body by iti
nutricious properties, and thus assisting and bus
tai ing nature in overcoming the disease . Ap
Uroved by the NewYoik Academy of Medicine
and reciiniended l?v the faculty everywhere, thu
preparation is confidently offered as a remedy fo
Consumption and ad Scrofulous affections
Sold by Charles Stott. Washington. and by all re
spectable druggists. Price per bottle
Pknfold. Parkbr A Mower,
No. 15 Beekman street. New York,
mar 16 3?n Wholesale Agents.
Mbu's Disss Swi*s, _
Mtn's BuHnus Suit/,
Yostbs' Dims Swits, , . ^ ,
Youths' Business Suits,
Cxilssik's Dmsss Swits,
Children's School Suits.
Noah Wales* & Co., Marble Hall Clothmi
Store, Brown's Hotel Building, would respectfully
announce that their annual display of Spring am
Summer Clothing is now ready for inspection, i
is oomprised ot an assortment of Gentlemen's ant
Youths' Clothing of the newettand richest design
in material, trimming, and workmanship.
To those who study excellence with economy, ii
fashionable articles of dress, an opportunity is noi
offered for selecting from the moat attractive stool
of Readr-Made Clothing in this city, at very re
Ma'eh 29th, hTthe Rev. Mr. Moraell, CHARLES
E MOPP, to Miss SUSAN McKENNfcY, all o
this city. *
March 31st, at 6 o'olock a. m., JNO. M
K RAF FT, in the 29th year of his age, eon of th
late John M. Kraff:
The relatives and acquaintances ofthefamil'
are rcpe^tlully invited to attend his funeral, to
morrow (Sunday)afternoon, at3 o'o ock. from th<
rrsulenceof his mother, Mrs. Mary C. Kraflt, No
4 $7 12th sr., near F. (Balto. papers copy.) *
iiVG^?L*otow,n- on 3lBt instant, Mr. JOHP
BROWN, aged 61 yeara.
Oar dear father, he ha? left ns;
We his loas mos*d- epW fe-"l;
But 'tis ftod that has bereft as?
He oan ail our sorrows heal.
His luneral will take plaoe from his late resi
dence, on Water street, between Jefferaon an<
Congress sts., to-aiorrow (Snnday) aft*rnoon, at
At the U. S. Soldiers' Home, in the Distriot o
Co umbia, on 28th Mareh, 860, of oonsnmption
WM- -H a RPE, aged 45, a native of Ireland, am
late of Company C. 2d Regiment, U. 8. Artil erv
He aerved in the Mexican war, and was aeverel
wounded at the stnrminr oi Chepaltepee. "A brav
ao dier.aed a good man."
In thi* city, Maroh 31st. at 2 o'olock a. m., MIL
LKY ANN BEERS, wife of lsaae Beers. Sr.
agsd 67 years.
rtrr funeral will take place on to-morrow, Apri
let, atS o'olook ?. m., from No. 479 E at.
In Georgetown, on tne 90th inatant. Mr. THEO
D*'RE CLARK, a memh*r of General Taylo
L^ige. I. O. O. F., No. 72, of Baltimore, in th
:?tn year of his ace.
Hi* funeral will take ptaee from tke residence <
his brotner, on High, near Water street, Snnda
afternoon, at 2 o'olock. All brothers in good stand
ing from sister lodges are respectfully invited t
atieud^ana will meet at Meohauios' Lodge.
WETE NEVF-R HAD SUCH BARGAINS II
77 Pianos *ino? we have been in baainoes. A
prio's, all kinds, stay terms- Sole
ageBt for CWeksring i Son?''superb^p'ano
I mar80 JMPaa?.,bet9tkaad mh sts.
. REMAINfphi^S ?he Vo^Ofloe, Washington
k f City, D. C., March 31, 1*9. "
J?*?* to 1)6 ia*?/ted in the Evbhtws Stam. it
r * j having the largest circulation
of any daily paper published in Washington.]
f ; ^7\A11 P,?r*?ns applying for letters in the followY
ing list, will please say they are ADrzaTi.4Ki>.
Andrea, Mr. Jan. H.ck.t, Mr. 3 Robbi?>?ii,Mrt M A
Ball, Mlu Lull* Hutchnn, MimT Rooker, Mia* H R
B1 inner, Mua Holn.e.td, Miaa A<U Rickard, Miry C
T Bionnd, Helen?%, Hollinga-e wlMr<Ws>;ott, Mr.? Annie
BonJ,Mi?kM? H .wthorn. Ml M 8ucr?,iVtnM K
. Barnee, Mm L IfomMi, Sirili Steam*, Mri H A
Brown, Mia. 8 T Hoin,..d, Miaa C rt.uitli,Mr* Willretl
Bryan, Jin M A Jonei, Mra L A Siutm, MuG A
Brumiftui, Mra J Jouta, Mica Annie 8zaith, Mna Biatie
Briacoe, M aa M King,MitaAlbertine Smith, Mita Evelina
Brockeubrough MiasKiug, Miaa M C Shaw, Mi?a Annie
*' R Keenan, Mr? M Sudduib, Mra Wm B
Chine, Sarah Kingabury.MraL M Shaler, Mra M N
Colclenzer, Mra M Lee, Mra Mary Sulliuga. Miaa E
t Chiuin, Mra L?i Lord, Miaa Emma Simpion, Miaa M K
9 Ccllin*, Mri K Lott, Mra G V Sullivan, Mar*
? Conrad, Mia Mary Lang, Mri E Smith, Mri Margt A
_ Collier, Mias C L<r*,Misar> Shepherd, Mra L
ChAniberUm.MiaaMLee, Miaa E I! Sherwood, Mra A J
, Duun, Mra Ellen Loomia, Misa (irace Tracy, Mi-? S C
Douglaa, Mra C Lioua, Miaa Kanny Trenkel, Mra M J
DuBoua, Mra E 8 M ida, Sarah Ann V.nnmiri, Mm A
. Dana, Miaa Margt Milei. Miry E Wroe,Mi?aMJ
Dillon, Mias ? M.ll, Mra kate Wright, Miaa S C
Elleatt, Mra H Mokea, Miaa NT H Worihiugton.MraK'S
Edraoudau>u,Mra A Mitchell, Mra Jane Wetmore, Mra D L
' Foley, H.i mi on Maaaey, Mra Whiting, Mra L L J
Fraaer, Mra 8*lina Monghan,Miai Ann Wilhtrall, Mm M
Usnt, Misa A M Mc Kinney, Mra AM Wilson,M<?s K R?3
Gray, Mias Ann Nevitt, Mrs Lettice Willsen, Mrs R H
G illegher, Mrs L Usborn, Mr? Margt Washburn, Miaa E
f Gardner, Misa H Pape, Mrs Lucy L Wilkin*, Mrs E J
, Gordon, Jennie Root, Mia* Ellen Wattow, Mrs E C
t Hunt, Miss H A Rothwell, Mrs E Young, Mra S A
1 INITIALS ?Mias Mollie R. S. .
? GENTLEMEN'S LIST.
Avry, WT Fiaher, Jeremiah Maffitt, John
i Adama, Thos?8 Ferfuaon, John Mnrice, Henry
Atlyn, Jos P Koran n, J W Morpau, Geo H
Alexander, John Fittgerald, J B Mickle.GeoB
Able, H P Punke, Henry Munroe, Geo
Allen, H P Fitzgerald, Edwd IVlfver.ii A
Atherton, E B Ferguson, Capt Mick. F J
Browning, W T Fisher, Hon Chaa F Maut, E
I Brent, Dr Warren Gilt, Dr W W Miller, E W
> Burkharta, Wm Uardner, Win Murphy, Uml
Bogpa, W B liill, Lt W U Moffiu, Beui F?2
Black, Wm Orohain, R H? 2 Moore, B W
I Becker, W H Ureas A Co, M Miller, A M
- Briggs, T Gray. J L Marshall, Allen
Bourse, Thos Greenland, J C Mmlers A Son
B rdsey & Co, 8 R Gordon, Joaian McCormuck, Mr
Brown, Samuel Glasgow, John McKeau, E R
Burrowes, R W Guthree, John Mcliarvey, Giles
? Brown, R G Uinneaa, J W McDonald, John G
Brune, Richd H Gleeson, James McDonald, J W
Bennett, N S Grier, John A McClure,J W
Bidgely, N E Green, Col Mclutvre, J W
Baker, Louia Gilliu, J M Mclutire, W C-^2
Brooks, Hou Jas Gardner, Jamea Nixoii,SiiiutiACo?5
j Boyd, J B Gorman, John Nile*, Judge J B
, Bixley, J Geer, liroS .Nixon, Joliu
^ Bradford, J O Grund, Francis J O'Conuer, Austin
I Bradley, Jos R Gordon, C H Urrisou, Toiiaeud
' Buasiug, Hon John Gosa, Allred F O Bnon, Micli
t Bobsou, Joliu?3 Hinton, Walter Olda, J O
S Buiin.JaaT Hiv, Win Olizlee, James
? Blake. Jaa II Hughe, Wm O.good, Joa W
Butler, J E Hughea, R W Palmer, W H-i
Burton. H S?2 Howell, Peter P?2 Porter,JudgeWW3
Barth, H C Hurd. John C Porter, W D
I Bennett, Geo Hughes. J. a Porter, Siduev B
, Bishop, G S H.irria, J ti Price, Rodman M
r Bowling, EM Hlggnii, J B Priudee, P R
Boughtou, E?2 H iggerty, Heury Pool. Juries?3
| Beunett, D W Hjgue.H M Prime, John A
Barton, Dr Hastings,Hu^h Pariugtoii, James
I Barrutz, D G HuJdy, II?'2 Plunkett, Geo F?2
. Bruce, CG H:# iian, H Pri.ice, Danl
Buley, C St C?*2 H itton, Geo W Pauli, Anton
Brown, Berioh Henry, Geo E Robinson, Wm
Berry, Be..) Howell, Daul Rhinelander, W C
Bouldiii, R A H mcock, Chas W Richardaoo, W A
5 Cli tse & Bros Henderson, C II R 'dyera, 8ami
j Chattin, Wm Harry, A J Rider, Robt E
? Chaat, Wm Hood, Abrani T Ro ich, Dr Fitzg'd'2
' Caldwell, Win Huston, Col A?2 Rnpp, John
Cox, W R? 2 Houston, Lt D C Rlioads, Dr Jae E
J Calleu, Thos G Jettiler, W H Robinson, Jessee
i Cullen, Thos lrvm, W 1 R lyinoiid, Jas H?2
Cash, Ttios M Johnson, W C Ro'lg era, John E
Cone, R 1 lvey. W D Rich, Ezekiel
I C >w irt, R'bt Jones, R C Rhodes, D P
Curtice, Mr Jones,PurseyJt Bets Ready, C
< lye, Mr Jesup, Morris 8liaw, Wm
I CUrk, Mr M J Just, Phillip Spattuck, W G
Courtriglu, M Jemes, John Sullivan. Wash
? Cox, Keuard Jones, Geo W S iwyer,W Marshall
? Clark,J<sA IJdicea, F Summers, S L
Clark, J B Jordon, Dr E C Street. Pauk
Coliiuau, Jas Junkin, Rev Dr Saunders, Mr
Cnupiti.au, Dr J B Jones David Snyder, Lewis W
Clarksou, Jas J Johnson, CI:as B Stewart, Jos T
r Conner, John Johnson. Capt Staffer, John W
Cornell, Jaa A H Jackson,Purser C C Stewart, John R
, Carroll, J is A Johnson. Col A W Storidon, Johu
Criaiuau, Jas A Kennedy, Win Streeter, S D
Cliapm iu, John B Keler, ^eter Swilr, HC
) Coughliti, John Kregp, John Symmes, J C
Ccrwing, rieury Kain, Johu Geo Stevens, Henry
Carver, H?2 Kershaw, John Siegel, Geo?o
. Chan.berlin, E G Kennedy , John P Smith, G Rush
^ Con.stock, Lt C B Kiitiaii, J I1 Svinons, F W
Cook.CoSub K lyaer, Joseph A Schuabel, Ellia B
Carlton, Crosby King, H II Stratton, E R
' Catliu, A L Knott, G A Sherman, D B
Cox, A P Kelaey, E B Smith, Buckingham
Coleiwau, Col W W Kreey, B Sun ma, A D
. Cassidy, A T Keniier, B H Smith, A W
Do iovnn, Win Lamb, Mai Wm Shove, Asa
1 Delaney, Tho B Luut, Win Thornton, Tl.os
DeveUu, Lol'e Lee, Capt P Teriell.J E
Day, Jaa O Laney, Hat Th.iient u.igen, Tho?
Dickerson.Capt J H Lamb, James Tolaon,Tleni v
Davidson, Jos Loutler, J T Taudy, Houry T
? Daley, Dunick Loller, John '1'mail, Geo
; Deckert, Daniel Lainbden.J R L'tlev, David
B Dowes, C W Lane.H S Unaworth, John J
DuPont. Capt Lowell, Francis Vojrt, Edward
Drew, Bernard Lent, B Street Vickert, R H
Darby, Ben Loyd.AD Varnam, Col Wm H
2 Die'net, A J Mariton, Mai Ward Vogdes, Capt 1
p Deumson, A P M trim, Wiu (col) Williams, Win H
D?>rmati, Dr A Marad, Win Whel.tu, Win
IJouie, A Sidney Mitchell, Win Williams, W H uii'u
Eskridge, Jas H Moore, W B S Washington, Tho*
Ely, Smith Moore, Win Whituey, Samuel
Eliis, Rich*rd M irshall, Thos Wilaon. S tmuel
Eckeri, Dr G N Moore, Robt Weir, Robt
_ Fai i. Win P Moore, O W Warde, J<?hu T
Fugut. W B Merriet', Air Walker, J.tme*
Fuaa, W A Muth, Mr Weston, Jas A
Ford, W H Myer, Marx Wissmen, M B
I Fitzinger, T J Meyer, M Walker, H N?3
Fuld, S Mullen, Louis A W baler, G L
Faiicoia, Monsieur Mott, James M Warren, E J
. Fontaim, Louis Moss, John < Whealey, DM
Fisk, J.is E Myeis, Johu W lute t Brow n
Falis, J S Miler, James 11 Woodward, A II
g MISCELLANEOUS?Eox 63; Rept. ot the Semte: Agt
, Ct Lite lnsurauce; Wiuebajra Harem, No. y, L". O. R. M.; B
B P W
B d7"LETTKR? must in all casks bk Prkpaid.
? Mar 31. WM. JONES, P. M.
I FOR SALE AND RENT.
, I?OK RENT-A thro. ,torT BRICft IIOt.I'K^
1. containing a large size stor^, witl>. dry oeLar
and Haven good rooms, with gas in the utoro and
B Oining-room It n nitualed pn r.ho corner of 7tli
- nndi\ sts. Inquire of Mrs. JEMIMA P. BROWN,
K No.'271 7th street, near M. mar 31 -3t
e K^UrXeNT-A COTTAGE HOUSE, oontaina
,RP 3 ro<inr?s. with a ?qua e of grounl at'acii^d
i. tnd a Itrge a alile or one en 1 of the sauir*. Tha
Q pao< is situated in one of the most pleasant and
neal*hy sections ofth? city. Ko- particulars inuu:re
of BAR HOUR A- SKM.\IE3, Grocers, lttaral 6t
F(>R SAI.E AND R^NT.?The undersigned h.*8
two houses for rent at Kendall Green, cvh
? having 2 acres of ground fcuitahlefor a garden, at
j tached. '? he situition is elava'ed and p.>rf-*ct y
t h althy, < ff^ring peculiar inaucerrents to one who
prefer* pure country air to the heated and dusty at
! mo^phsreol the eity. A stable and woodshed a-e
* attached to <?ach house, and a p?iT<p of pure wat?r
P standi but a few f teps from the d or. To a good
t ntr.t the rent will ne moderate.
The residence known as Rose Cottage, consist
ing of near.jr two acres of ground with Ih'necrs
?ary outbuildings, is for sale. The hon?e was b. ilt
for the present owi.-r ind has many conveniences
The land is in a high state of cu'tivation, and much
car^ l as b?*n e*pende?l in the selection of a choice
varie y of fru?t a d shade trees.
The pr? perty f'roi.ts Hounda'jr street, being outside
the ci ? limits, and when that street is opened
and improved, as there ia reason to believe it noon
wil' be, the place wi 1 possess peculiar attractions.
Distance from ?it? Post Oflio-'?n iies.' Address
by letter or in person, WM. STlCKNEY.
FOR RENT?A small STORE, corner of 6th st
and Penn. avenue, under the Clarendon Hotel,
suitable for a barbai's saloon or cigar store For
C information inquire at the Hotel. ma-so
J UOR RENT?Two two story Frame DW-^LLt
1. 1NGS. each contair.ine 8:x rooms, o- nth sc..
1 between O and P streets north. Water oN?e to tho
s door. Terms )9100 per annum. Inquire of C. F. F.
RICHARDSON, Centre or Northern Market,
i mar 30-St* t
t !V1R?- S. MASI HAS SKVKRAL VERY DE
A." sirahle front ROOMS, with which she would
be pleased to acoommodato those wishing to make
- a change for the summer. The house is airy and
de ightfully situated, 461 9th street, between E
and F. Table Boarders can also be ocoomrr.odai
1 DOR REN T?Two-story BKiCK WA* F.
? HOUSE, ?n Louisiana avenue between 9*!i
and 10th ets. No. 93. lrquire of JOHN MOORE.
mar S9 lw*
. TWO BRICK HOUSES AND LOTS FOR
1. SALE ?The subscriber offers for eaie the two
Briok Houses, and the Lots on whioh they stanl,
' fronting 42 feet on the south side of West street,
" and running t>aok !? feet deep, row occupied by
Mr. Clements and Mr. Baker. For terms apply to
R. P. JACKSON, No. 154 Bridge st.
mar 2M w
ftl*OR SALE OR RENT-A pleasant COL N1?
TRY RESIDENCE, situated within the Dn
trict of Columbia, on the eaitern bram h of th<> Potomac.
The Houre is new. large and oommodioa-,
commanding a tine view of the city and surrouDd
ing country. For further information apply toH.
i H. VOSS, Grocer, corner l"th strict and Pa. ave4
nue, er on the premises of F. SLA TAPER.
mar 29 eo3t*
f |?OR SALE?A small FARM of30 acres, situated
' 17 at the Little Falls, having a oomfortabledwellI
ing-house, corn-house, stables, Ac ; well-fenced
ana watered; within four miles of Washington ; 15
f aarea in eoltiTation, the balance in handsome wood6
land. It is peculiarly desirable as a country resi
denoe, being perfectly healthy and most romantiofl,
ly situated: exoellent fishing and hunting. Insaire
, of Mr. HARRIOTT, bridge keeper, Chain Bnd^e,
FOR SALE?A two s'ory BRICK HOUSENo.
398 L street, between 14th and 15th sts .?
. with 8 rooms and a good eellar, and water in the
m yard, and stable. Apply at the premises.
mar 26 lw*
^ FOB. RENT?That delightful and convenient
J r DWELLING HOUSE situated on 13th street,
1* one door from the eorner of New York avenue. It
o has gas all through the fcoaae. The rent will be
low to a good tenant. A ppty at 6EO. W. BRA Y'S
Jewelry Store, No. 5167thstreet,oppositeNation
a! lnteQigenoer Oflee. war M 7w*
V U?OR SALE OR RENT-A FRAME HOUSE
II 17 with a good back aulding, containing in all 7
rooms, situated on New Jersey avenue, betwaen ft
prami see, mar i^dtf
j _ AUCTION SA-LB8. . . .
By J. C. McMJIRE A CO..Auotioneari.
PEREMPTORY SALE OF RICH ON
*, P' I'IISSS, Platbd WAH, tc.-Oo MOA
1)AV APTKRN OON. April 2d, at 6 o'clock, at thi
Auction Room*, we shall sett, without reserve, i
larn? invoice of Oil Paintings, Plated Ware, Ac.
I ?*??7Pri?lnr in part?
35. -iJh <M1 Paintings, in heavy gilt frame*,
Plst d Goblets, Gold Lined, ?
Do Cake Baskets, Waiters,
Do Mugs, Batter Dishes,
lk> Castors. Ao.
: ?25 and un^er oash ; over that sum *
oredit of &i and 90 days, for satisfactorily endorse<
I n *tes( bearing interest
j n??rSl d J. c. McOUIRE A CO? Aucts.
By A. GREEN, Auctioneer.
EXTENSIVE SALE OF VALUABLF
i AJ Building Lots frontiko on 6th and 7t*
U K?T AMI S ASP TSTREET*NORTH.A1
I Auction.?Un FRIDAY, the 6th day of April, I
sl-ali ?!!, in front of the premises, at 4H o'clock p
in . a large number of handsome liuiding Lotsir
subdivision ol square No. 44l,a'lof which are ol
moderate depth, running to alleys. This propertj
is beautifuhy situated, bounded oy 6th a- a 7tn sts
we?t and S and T sts. north, and perfect grade oi
The attention 0f public is respectfully invito
to Wis large sa!e. Bargains may be expected. Ti1
tie direct from the Government.
I Terms: One fourth ca?h ; balance in 6,12.18 and
j 24 month*, tor notes nesting interest. A deed gi vet
and a deed of trust taken.
mar3?-4 A. GREKN, Auot.
tiy A. GREEN, Auctioneer.
AT ALU A B LE BUILDING LOTS NEAR THE
, Navt \ard at Auction.?On FRIDAY, the
6th ot April, i 6hall sell, in front of the premises, at
6ocjockp. m., Lots Nos 5.6, 8 and 5?. in square
* a'8?? psrt of Lot No. 4, in the same square,
This property is handsomely situated; part of lot
N i. J fronts Virginia avenue 5? feet, f jts Nos 5
ana 6 front 3d street east 123 feet 4 inches, Nos. f
*"d 9front on south G street lufl feet S>a iuches. All
will be soid in lots to suit purchasers.
Terms: One-fourth cash ; balance in 6,12 and 18
months, for notes bearing u.t srest from day ol rale,
A deed ei von and a deed of trust taken. Tit'e indl.putahe.
If the terms are not complied within
fivr davn the property will be resold at the ri'k and
d >: t of the defaulting purchaser by advert tring such
r ?ra!e three times in the Star paper.
mar 51 dts A. GREEN, Auct.
I By A. GREEN, Auctioneer.
]\T EARLY NEW TWO-STORY FRAME
House and Lot at Auction?On THURSDAY,
the 29ih instant, 1 shall sell, in front of the
premises, at 5 o'clock p. m., the north 13 feet 4 inches
of lot 12, in Cruttenden's subdivision of square
No. 338, fronting on9th street west, and running l?ack
b?twecn O and P streets north, to a public alley,
with the improvements, which consist of a nearly
new two story frame h<>u?e, with a two-story back
building, containing six good and conveniently arranged
Terms: One-third cash; balance in 6, 12 and 18
months, for notes bearing interest, secured by a
deed of tr?8t on the premises.
I mar 22-d A. GREEN, Auot.
in* THE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED
on account of no bidders unti. TUESDA Y, the Sd
day of April, at which time it will be positively sold
to the highest bidder.
mar 3%d A. GREEN. Auct.
By J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers.
I7URN1TURE AND HOUSEHOLD t- FFKOTS
r AT PUBLT Acction ?OnTUESDAY MORNING,
April 3d. at 10 o'clock, at the residence ol the
late Joseph McDowell. E street, between 0th sni
1< th streets. (2d door east of Temn^rance Hail) we
sha!, sell a'l the Furniture and Ffleets comprinns
Mahogany Hair Spring seat Sofa, Rocker and Parlor
Chairs, ,, ,, _ ,,
Walnut Whatnot, Ma?ble-top Tab.es,
Dama?k Certains. Lounge. Shades,
I ('aim and \VoiHl-seat Chairs. Clock,
Dining and other Tables. Oilcloth,
Three-ply and Ingrain Carpets,
Bestead*, Bureau", Wardrobes,
Hair and Husk Mattr?eses, Bolsters and Pillows,
Blankets, Co.i.forts, Sprfads, _
Washstands, Table Sets. Looking Glastes,
Cooking ami other Stoves,
Together with the usual assortment of Kitchet
Terms: $20 and under cash: over that sum a
credit of 6n and 90 days, for satisfactorily endorsee
notes, bearing interest.
mar 30 d J. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Aucts.
! By J. C. MoGUIRE A CO.. Auctioneers.
STOCKS AT AUCTION.?On TUESDA V
AFTERNOON, April 3d. at five o'clock, al
the auction rooms, we shall sell, in sums to suit?
$3,0-0 Corporation of Washington six per cent
Stock, , .
S2,tW Corporation of Alexandria Coupon Bonds,
$'j.fi'H>Corporation of Alexandria Registered Stock
i Alto Pew No. 7 6 in Trinity Church.
mar 29 d J. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Aocts.
GEORG ETO WNAD V E RT 'M T?
ryr=?NOTICE.?The Third Building Associa
i i L_3 tion of Georgetown will m??et at the Counci
I Chamber, ou TUESDAY EVENING. the 3d o
1 Apnl, at f o'clock, 'instead of 7 o'clock,) anc
monthly afterwards, at 8o'clock, until further no
ti je. By order.
mar 31-St WM. KING. Sec'y.
rv^F^NOTICE TO GEORGETOWN TAN
I \ L j PAY KM.*".?All Persons who will call at th<
Clerk's Office on or before the first day of Apri
next and pa? their bills for the year I860, will be en
titled to a deduction of 8 per cent.
I mary-t?pl CHAS D WELCH. Collector.
W A T C H E S
\V AND JEWELRY,
i H. O. HOOD Has just purchased, for cash, I
large and very choice stor*k of GOLD and
SILVER W*TCHES. and, being quite
anxious to sell them t tr in a short time, hfsfccJB
will offer them, together with his large stocl? 0
RICH JEWELRY and SILVER WARE, a
remarkable low prices, at S3S Pa. av._ mar SI
I. HE Copartnership heretofore existing betweei
the aubsc'itiers is this nay oiseoived by mutua
consent Either of the firm is authorized to setth
the business. Persons indebted to the conoerr
are requested to call and make immediate payment
Tioisha ine claims will please present the fan <
fo- settlement CHARLES D WELCH,
March Slst.W. JOHN H. WILSON.
THE SUBSCRIBER BEGS LEAVE TO IN
form hi* friends and tl-.o publiothat h?wulc ntir.i?
the Me chint Ta-'aring ' u in??astthe old ?t-?Ed.
ard i? now prepared t*? exhibit a choice select on Ol
I new Spnn? (ioode. Also,a good s?b*ctK>n of Gents
Furm'hinr (J?o-is. JNO. H.WILSON,
m\i31-2w Bridge St., 1 door east Bank Coinmeice.
V] BROWN A WHITE
IlEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
We ha'-'e just opened a lar^re and well selected
gtck of DRY GOODS, whicli we are offering n!
the 1 we?! priees. We name in part?Black Silkn
Ba a o snl Oreanda Kob?s, Pla'n and Printed
Barages, Kich Jaconet ai d Orpanda l.awns, Etirliih
and Merino Prir.ts. Ginghams. Percales Oriental
Itaraees, Poil de Chovres. Valentias. Traveiine
Dr G od?, B'ack *n i Colored Mous'ine?.
Printed Chal ies, cent* and upwards. Table
Damask,Napkine.Towel inc.l>est makes of Pleached
and Brown She-t ng and Shirtins Cott?n?, Kich
ard eon's and other Dest makes of Irish Linen. Do
mestic Go-'ds for servants' wear, Men and B->ys'
wear in gfa* variety, Kid Glove", lorg and shoit
Twisted Si'k Mits, Gloves, Hosiery, Cnysets,
Hooped Skiita of best makes, Ac.. Ac. *o? te
which we invite the attention of the pu1 lie, arii
wi 1 be pleased to show our goods whether purcis.ee
are mad? cr not. l^ali and see tor Tonrse,ves
C a BROWN A WHITE,
No. 1 10 north side Bridce street,
Georgetown. )? C
Pwellirg ov^r store for rent. mar 31-2w
oil NEW YORK.?The packet rchoonei
Hamilton, Captain O^den, will sail as >,?al>ove
with despatch. For freight app'? to /ZF.7S'
JIoCOBJ 4 DOTGR. ISStifc
mar 3^ <>a Water rtr^t.
irn PRIME BALDWIN APPLES
lOil BARRELS Prime hand picksd Baldwin
App es, daily expected from Boston, per schooner
Helen Mar, and for sale on or before arrival.
"eMfn 1 HARTLEY A BRO.,
mar 23 1w 99 and 1 *> I Water st , Georgetown.
RARE CHANCE TO ?ET A GOOD TIMEn
j S. BLACKFORD A M?N Have received
another iot of those superior American Watches
in eold an-.i silver cases, wnicn will besoidat*
ver* sina'l advance on cost. These Watches hav<
testimonials from experienced persons, and will bt
found a first rate article. No. 99 Bnd?e street
Georgetown. D. C mar? Iw
No. 1'2S Brtdftt St., Gtorfttom,
I Has constantly on hand a large assortment o
Frenoh Near-sighted, Penscopio, Col-^s^^^
orc-d, and all other SPECTACLES, ofJC^^S
! the best quality, in gold, silver, steol, and Germai
; silver frames. N. B. Old Frames Repaiml anc
new glasses set iu them to order no 19-ly
Hurrah for Georgetown!?i hav*
just received a new and extensive ?up; ^
nly of DRV GOODS and MILLINER\ LM
of the latest styles ar.d fashion. All person*^ij^'
wishing nice goo^s and great bartains wulSi^^
do well to give me a call before going else- .
where. Foulard Mlksat 37 cents per yard, Plait
Miks st 67 cents and f, worth SI ST. You can als<
find all other kinds of goods?such as, Shawls
Mantles, Duster*, Robes, Delaines. Lawns, an<
real Pine Apple Handkerchiefs, Parasols, Sui
Umbrellas alf kinds of Millinery, new style Trai
H"ops. Skirts, Biaek Lace Mitta,and & rrea.t man:
eoods too numerous tu mention. .
Remember, the place for Bar^insu^att^r ^
marSS lw NoJIT Bridge sLGwrgstoim^
Tobacco, snuff and segars.
For Salk at Wholisale.
22S boxes of Tobacco, all grades.
i 25",0oe Shears, Foreign and Domestio,
40 cases (S6 bottles each) of Garrett's secon<
quality Scotch Snuff,
40 kegs of Lo< se do.
Also. Rappee, Maccaboy and Congress do,
75 boxea of Plain aud Fancy Pipes,
mar 21-1m 59 High St.. Georgetown.
1i\ JU^T RECEIVED
1U BBL8. Fredenok county pure Old Rya,
20 do Gibson's celebrated Whiskies,
SO do choice old Mouongahela Whisky,
100 do Monumental and a.ar do
ISO do Herrm?? and Al-wives,
For sale low by JOHN J. BOGLE,
mar g-tr Georgetown, D. C.
FOR RENT?A two story and basement Brie
HOUSE, near the Convent, on Fayette street
' in complete order; rs?, Ae.; with large garden a]
tached Rent ?200. to a perinaaeut tena; t Appj
to JOHN L. KI DWELL mar S tf
Having a-large surplus stock o
very fine Rf.fcHS, EVERGREENS.?|A
a-dA great variety.! Green Iiou?e, 1 wi,iUS|
sell tham at very low rstea, if early apphca-VB
; uon is wa?e at tha corner of Frsdarioi and proi
: peot sts., Georgetowu. .
I mar 5-1/ JOHN L. KIDWELL.
1 THIS AFTERNOON fr TO-MORROW
By BARNARD & BUCKEY: 6?orptotn.
? CALE OF COWS AND HOGS AT THE
i Unioh Taviis Stasl** at Arcnos-On
, MONDAY MORnlN?,M April,at 10o'oloek, we
Will sell at the Union Hotel Stables?
7 cood Mnk Cowf,
^ 9 Ho**.
Terms at sale.
m*r?8d BARNARD A BUCK KY. A rets.
By A. GREEN, Auctioneer.
| CALF. OF GROCERIES and LIQUORS at
ai ction.?*'n MON Da y", the 2d day of *pnl,
I shall sell, at 10 o'clock a- m.. at the store of Theodore
Junes, eorner of l?th street and New ^ ork
avenue, aft excellent stook of Family Groceries and
, Liquors, Tic:
Sugars, CofTees, Starch, Spice*. Ac.
[ Sj>erm, Adamantine and Tallow Candles,
Nutmegs, Maoe, Citron, Alsptceand Cloves,
1 Buckets, Brooms, Willow Ware and 1 ubs,
Oolong. Black. Imperial and other Teas,
L noorbon Whisky and old Cognac Rrandy,
Holland Gin. Madeira and Pott Wines,
Smoking and Chewing Tobacco,
Cigars of different brands.
Together with many other articles too numerous to
Terms : A 1 sumsofand under $2.5 cash ; over #2S
a credit of & anJ 9" da>s,f>r approved endorsed
. net's, bearing interest.
mar28-d A. GKEEN, Auot.
By BARNRD A BUCKEY : Georgetown
TRUSTEE'S SALF.?By virtue of a decree of 1
the Orphans' Court. <o??i firmed by the Circuit
Court of the District of Columbia, county of Wash- '
1 lngtoni made in the case of the heirs of the lat*
Samuel Leishea', deceased, the undersigned will j
sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, on
| TUESDAY, th9 second day of April, 18ri?i. at 4
o'clock p. m? upon the premises, that desiraMe J
property sitmUd on the south side of 1st street,
Georgetown, 1). C, having a front on said street 1
1 42 6 12 feet and running Itack 85 feet. The improvements
on said lot co sists of a three story frame
hou?e. suitable for a large family, stable, Ac.
Terms of sale : One third oash; balance in 6 and 12
months, the purohaser to *i ve notes for the deferred
> pa- ments, b ann* interest from the day of sale.
A deed riven and a deed of trust taken. A li oonve>ancing
at the oost of the purchase1*. Title indisputable.
S. T BROWN,
Attorney for the heir*. i
mar 2* d BAB.NARU4 Bl'CKEY.AucU. I
By WALL A BARNARD, Auctioneers.
SALE OF FURNITURE AND EFFECTS AT
Auction.?On TUESDAY MORNING, 3d
April, at id o'clock, we wili sell, at the residence of '
a lady declining housekeeping, No. 277 B street,
between 2d and 3d, ter Furniture and Effects, com
? rising? i
lahiisany Sofas, Chairs and Rockers, ,
Carpets and Oilcloths,
Curtains, Tab >$, Washstands, Bedsteads.
Bureaus. Wardrobes, Cane-seat Chairs, Rockers,
Feather Beds and Mattresses, Bolsters,
Pillows and Bedding.
G.asses, stoves, Cooking Utsnsils, Ao.
Teims: SSOcash; over that amount a oredit of
30 and 6" aa> s, for approved endorsed notes, bear
mar^B d WALL A BARNARD, Aucts.
MARSHAL'S SA LE,- In virtue of a writ of fieri
lacias issued from the Clerk'* offioe of the
Circuit Court of the Distr ct of Columbia, for the
> county of Washington, and to me direo'ea. I will
I expose to public sale, for caah. in front of the court
! house door of said county, oil TUESDAY, the 27th
day of March inet., 186->, at l2o'c!ock m , the follow
ing de-cri.'ed property. to wit: All defendant's
right and intere-t in and t> Lot No.5, u square No.
72. ia the city of Washington, D C., together with
ail and singular the improvements thereon, sened
and levied upon as the property of Henry Pa'ry,
and will be sold to satisfy Judica's No. 169, to October
term 1859 in favor of James M. Stewart*
U. S. Marshal for District of Columbia,
ID*THE ABOVE SA^E IS POSTPONED
i until TUESDAY* next, the 31 April, 1860, same
hour atd place,
I U. S. Marshal for Distr ct of Columbia.
By A. GREEN, Auctioneer.
Extensive sale of valuable building
Lots in Square No. 54?, ox tui Island.
t at Auction.?On WKDNESDAY", the 4th day > f
April next, i shall stll, in front of the premises,
commencing at so'oloek p. m., twenty three hand
some building lots, being subdivisions of the original
lots 2, 3, C, 7, 8,14,20, 21, 24. 25 and 28, in square
This property fronts on 3d and strerts west and
G and H street# south, a ! the lots running back to
a wide alley, with a frontage of from 18 to 2'feet,
' and ie? within a few squares ol the new market in
, the Seventh Ward.
) The l?rief of title may he seen by application at
Terms of sale: One fourthcash; the ba'anoe in
j 6, .2 and 18 months, for notws bearing interest Irom
j- the daj of ?aie. Full warrantee deeds will be gi ven
I and a deed of trust taken for tne deferred payments.
If the terms aro not complied with withiv five
day s aiter said sale the property will be resold at
the risk and cost of tiie defaulting purchaser.
mar 27 d A. GR E?* M, Auot.
1 By A. GREEN, Auctioneer.
Household and kitchen furniture
at Auction?On WEDNESDAY,
April 4th, 1 s? aH sell,at tne residence of N. Halter,
Esq., No. 430 north side of I street, between 9th
and li?th struts, at 10 n'c'ock a. m., an excellent as,
sorttnent of 1'urniture, viz :
Mahogany Chairs, S<*fa and Tables,
I One fine Mahogany Extension Tab.e,
I Dressing and other Bu eaus and Bedsteads.
J- French Plate Gilt Frame Mirrcr,
[ Marble top Table,
Beds and Hair and Shuck Mattresses,
Cnina, Glass and Crocnery Ware,
i Cooking. Radiator tn J other Stoves,
J With many other articles which we deem unneoes?
r sarv to enumerate.
J Terms: All sums under .?25 cash; over $25 a
credit of 6' a d 90 days, lor notes satisfactorily en
5 dorstd, bearing interest.
? Q , A. GREEN, Auot
I*. S.?The House is for rent. Inquire on the
premise*. mar 29 d
, By A. GREEN* Auctioneer.
VTERY VALUABLE . BUILDING LOTS.
fronting on ?t1i ami fith *trfet? wr-t, rr'
twkrn?? and p streets no*lh at auction ?
0 i THURSDAY, the 5'h of April, I shall sell, in
front o! the premises, at 5 o'clock p. m , the f.-l ow
ing valuable BuiMing Lots, via: Lots No*. 4 5, 6
( and 7, ia rquare No. 422 havtne a front ?>f I.V fset
on 7'h, with a t?el width on 8th ?tie?t, and 2m feet
os street The abovo described property is
han?uomeiy and elevated!) situated, and in a very
rapidly -mproving part vf the city.
T rms : One-fourth ca^li; la ance in C. 12,1>: and
I 21 mouths, the purchaser or purchasers to give
notes for the deferred payments, (tearing interest
rom day of sa e. A deed givei. and a dted of trust
taken. Title indisputab e.
The fots will be subdivided to suit purchasers.
mar3Ml A. GREEN, Auct.
Bv J. C- MoGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF TWO BUILDING
Lots at the corner of K street north and
' 26th street \vk*t. -! >n TUESDAY AFlEK
| NOON, April loth, at S o'clock, on the premises,
I by virtue of a deed of trust, dated December 18,
| lK5fi. and duiy recorded in Librr J. A. S.,No 167,
olios 158.1W, 16" and 161, one of the land records
' 1 ?r Washington county, D. C , I shall s?-ll U??ts
Nos. 15and 16. m Square No. 16. snuattd at the
corner of noi th K street and 2Bth street west.
Terms: On* third cash ; the res due in 6 and 12
months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on
r the premises. If the terms of sale should not be
complied with in live days after the sa'e, the trustee
reserves the right to resell at the risk and ex
i pense of the defaulting purchaser. All conveyanoing
at the cost of th* purchaser.
EDWARD C. DYER. Trustee.
J. C. MoGUIRE A CO.. Anct*.
By J. C. McGUlKtv A CO., Auctioneers.
VERY' VALUABLE FARM OF 100 ACRES,
near Benning's Vriix.k. for 5*alr at Auction
?On THl' RSDAY, April 5, at 5o'olock p. m.,
we will sell, at our auction rooms, the Farm now
I oocupied by R. Frisby, Jr., on the road leading to
Bcnning's Bridge. Thii farm contains a beautiful
t grove of ten acres oak timber. mxt? acres of up and,
i undera?or>d btat* of cultivation, and thirt? acres
, of inarsh. ly ing cn the Lasterr Branch or Anacostia
river. The buildings are a Frame Dwelling House,
' containing ten rooms: large dairy-barn, nearly new,
carriage house, stable, Ac.; located on the top of
th* hill, commanding a fin? view of the eities of
WashingUm aud Georgetown. The place is one of
f ths most desirable in the Distnot, whether for
market garden or dairy purposes, or as a country
i Terms: One fifth at th 9 time of the sa'e, and the
1 balance in four annua: payments, with interest, to
be secured by deed of trust on the premises.
1 J. C. McGUlRfc A CO., Aucts.
3 mar22 eodAds
t By J. C. MoGUIRE A Ct) . Auctioneers.
Handsome new brick dwelling
House, near She State Dipaktment, at
1 Public Auction?On tuesday' aftfcr>
NOO.V. April 3. Io60, at 5 o'clock, on the premises,
, we shall sell a new four-story Brick Dwelling
| House, with back building, situated on the Lorth
t side of New York avenue, between 14th and i5th
streets west, containing 12 rooms, with bath room,
r water a"d gas p;p*s throughout, marble mantels,
cistern in the >ard, and finished In every respcct in
the most superior manner. Title indisputable, and
immediate possession given
Terms: Ode fourth cash ; the residue in 6 12.19
- and 24 montha, wi'h interest, secured oy a deed of
tru'ton the rremiaes
mar 27-d J. C. MoGUIRE A CO.. Aucts.
By A.6RKEN Auctioneer.
1 T?RU9TEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE IM1.
proved Prop*rtt at Auction.?On MONday,
the 2d day of April noxt. I860,1 shall sell, in
front of the rremiseff.at 5 o'clock p. m., by ri'tue
of a decree of the Orehai.s' Court and cot. fi'rawi by
the Cirenit Court of the Dutriotof Colnmb a, all
' ?hat piece or pa*eel of (round lying snd being in
the cit* of Washington, i istrict of Columt ia and
iaid down on the plan or plot of said eity, fcmac lot
marked E, in square numbered 57*. tc cetber with
, the improvements, which are a food two story
Br'ck House, with back bul.ding, Ac . Ac.
The above mentioned emp^rtr is handsome.y situated
near the oortar i r2d street weet a#d eoeth 0
Term*, a* preeeribed try the decree, is om-third
- cash; balance in 6 and 1? nynthe, the purchaser to
k rise eatirfaetonly exdoreed notes for the deferred
: payments, bearinr interest from day of sale, and
t- npoe the felt payment of the purchase money and
? the ratifeatioti of the sale, the trustee will eonvey
' the title to the purchaser at the purchaser's oost
- If the terms are not oomplied with in 5 dais aftw
F sale the tres^ee reeervee the right to resell the
- property at the t tek and oost of the <*eflM!ting purL
chaser, by advertising sioh resale tnree umes in
? laB St" a",PM#r8AliyEL L. BRYANT.
1 mar 21-dAds ToRFElRSt. I
THE LATEST NEWS.
1 Party t sa veatisa il BmUi.
Rostor, March 30 ?Tbe Constitution and
Lnlon Party Convention was b?>ld in this city
yesterdayv Two hundred and twelve town* were
reprinted. Hon. Nathl Mtbrf wu elected
president, and sddrrMi* were delivered by tbe
president, Marshall P Wilder. Grom 8 Hlllard,
L. Everett Saltonstall. and Geo T CurUa
Resolution* calling on the conaervattve men of
all parties to unite for putting down agitation and
ieJinn.il difference*, to check Government extra v.
agance. to protect home induatrv and for a thmourgh
change in tbe political affhirs of tbe Mate,
were adopted. The Convention elected a Slave
Central Committee, and a full list of the district
delegates to the National Convention at Baltimore,
and also the following delegates at large: vv tlitam
Appleton. of Boston; Col? James W Sever, of
Boston Substitutes Joseph Grinnell, of New
Bedford; Hon Increase Sumner, of Great Bar
rington. Tbe names of Edward Everett and John
J. Crittenden were prominently mentioned Is the
Convention in connection with tbe Presidency
The (arztaaf-fthaw Case.
St (.oris, March 29 ?The evidence in tbe
Caritang-!1 haw case was closed to-day; after which,
by the plaintilTa request, the Court gave written
instructions to the jury previo us to the opening
Mr. L, M Sberevf. for the plaintiff, add rear sd
the jury live hours His speecfi was followed by
Mr Glover, for the defendant, who is still speaking
Mr. Ix>ckland will continue for tbe defence and
Mr Wright close for tbe plaiutiff.
Tbe Court bss given to counsel twenty-si a
bours for speeches.
Niw OiLiiKi, March vi9?Governor Houston
not receiving the Government military aid. aa expected,
haa ordered Colonel Johnson to immediately
raise a large force of rangers, and drive tbs
Indiana from tbe northern frontier. He takes no
steps against Mexico pending the ratification of a
Philadelphia. March 31.?Capt. Crelghton, recently
of the English ship "Three Bells.'' aid
whose name is familiar to nearly every A inert can
from bis instrumentality In saving so many pas
lengers from the wrec ked steamship San Fran' Isco,
left here for Washington to-day.
Departures far Alar ape.
New Yorx, March 31.?The Fulton sailed for
Southampton and Havre to-day, with R'/UO.OOO in
ipecie The Teutonia saihd at the stme *in.e
With 1,000 and the City of Manchester followed
witb ff 116,000
Bostos, March 31.?The aloop-of-war Vlncen
UQ3. from the coest of Af?ica, is signalled from
Baltimore. March 31 ?Floor closed quirt,
Howard street $5.?5aS5-&<'. Wheat closed steady
and with a gpod demand ?'he market is poorly
supplied; white ?1 J>0al 65, red #1 U--' 115 Corn
closed steady; white and yellow 6?aTl>-.. Provisions
closed firm. Whisky closed steady at 23)fe.
Flew Ysrk Markets
New Yoas, March 31 ?Flour Is dull. S*ats
*5.l7a5.'20; Ohio *.'? fOafi 00, Southern *5 S5s6 13.
Wheat is quiet; Soutbirn red fl 26; do white
81 30. Corn is firm; yellow 74, mixed 71c. Pork
is dull; mess *17 37a 17.87. Lard heavy. Whisky
New Yore, March 31 ?Stocks are better. Chicago
and Rock Island 66. Illinois Central shares
62%; do. bonds 91^; Michigan Southern 21k;
New York Central 771,: Pa. Coal Co. Reading
4?|; Va 6's 93\; Mo 6'aM*.
ACARD.-THfi GREAT TIK7UES OF
MIRACULOUS PAIN KILLEk aed GREAT
FRENCH RHEUMATIC REMEDY !
For the Cur* of Fever and Agues. Cat?rrns. JoMi,
Dyspepsia, Disoidered Stomach, Dsbili'y,Choltra.
Neuralgia, Tooth Ache, Cramp*. Cuts, Bruiae*.
Burn*. Scalds, and, in a word. All Pains,, Aekrs and
Wound* of eeerv description, b in* now Universally
Admitted and its ScpTientv over ali other Medioal
Preparations being now as Universally Cimrtdtd, ho
deems it entirely unnoceaaary to enlarge Obits merits
so well ai.d generally established. Rut for the
information of those who may not be aware of the
great virtues of th'.s ine? icine, we beg to direct at
t<-n?ion to the following certificates of well known
oitiz us of Baltimore:
Baltimore. Feb. 17,186ft.
Mr. Ja-nes McDonnell.? lfcsar Mr: Allow me to
bear testimony to the efhcauy of M Or Montarde'a
Miraculous Pain Killer " Having had a liad ?old
with very severe pain in mt back, (so great that I
con'd scarcely atand,) I applied the Pain Killer at
night, and next day had no traces of pain whatever.
Yourstrnly, HENRY <\ GKIFFIN,
of R B. Gnfin ft Sons,
17 South Charles street, Baltimore
Baltimore, January 6th, 1860.
James MoDonnell, Esq.. Agent for Dr. Mon^
tarde's Miraculous Pain Killer and Great French
Remedy,?Dear Sir: Please accept my thanks f? r
the bottle of Dr. Montarde's Miraculous PainKiller
and Great French Remedy, which you kindly
sent i;?e. In my case it ha* indeed proved ' Miraculous."
I used it for a severe attaick of Rheti
matiam. and on the verv first application was e0mpletsly
cured. I cheerful I) recommend it.
Yours, fto., I T.STODDARD.
Agent lor Chick*ring's Pianos, Calvert at..
And Two Hundred others of the same oharaote'.
For sale in Washington by D. B Clarke, 449 Ps.
av. and 4* st.: Z. D. Oilman. 330 a. av.; John
Schwartz, 46** Pa. av.; f. C. F?rd. WO Pa. av.; C.
P. Culver 26* Pa av. For sale in Georgetown by
R. S. T. Cissell and J. L. Kidwell. For sale in
Alexandria by Henry Cook * Co , Lead better ft
Co., Peel ft Steven*, and Wm A Hart
JAS. McDONNELL, General Agent,
mar 20 T.T s-1y,r Baltimore.
h Time of Pracr, Prri arr for War!
V. La BAR RE,
South w< U rorntr af IWt and C fit..
PLATINA TIPPED LIGHTNING RODS,
Respectlully announces to the public cf Washing ton
and vicinity that lie is prepared to esecute all
orders for erectii g Lightning Conductors on the
most approved scientific prinoiplea, constructed of
the very best of materials, on very moderate terms.
All P!ati?a tirP'd Pointa which are manufactured
bv me will be atamped with my name.
Weather Vanes of any design made to order.
The firm of Fieldee Magrcuir and WoolfoRD
Stose has this ca> l>een dissolved by mntua con
sent S. C. Magruder is hereby authorized to aet
tie all the affairs of the late firm. .
Washington. March an. man. mar y-Sf
MM'LLE ELOFFF.. aft.
No. S* Fraxklik Street, MOTE
!9^ BALTIMORE. PH
Will open on Thursdav, the 2S?th inst., her splendid
assortment of SPRING and SUMMER Ml'.L.1NERY,
oonsistirg of SPkING and SUMMER
HAT&, CONSTANTINE FLOWERS, HEAD
DRESSES, fto., all of the latest st?le and direct
importation from the oeleb-ated house of Conetantin.
No. 7 Rued'Antin, I'arm. mar 28 4t*
C'TTIZENS AND STRANGERS ARE MOST
' re-pectftt!?y lr.f .rme^ tl at I am nrw receiving
daily naw and e'egant stock of FANCY GOODi*.
auch a? Bonnet Rtbl?oBS and French Flowers, *?.
Please call and examine the aame at
mT K V E N STIFlanoy Store.
mar 24 7t SS6 Pa., ai . bet. 9th and |)<th *ts.
MEI IF.'S FREW* H SHOES ?1 have ju-* re
e ived an a?*<?rtment of the above
Mh^ea (Style Moliere or brovd str* p) ofs?^^?
Patent Leather, suitable foe faring wea'.
Harmon hi rns,
4 ?S Pa. av., bt tween 4)% and 6? h ?ts.,
mar22 w3w Nea^ National Hotel.
FO* SALE?A NEGRO MAN, a ooachman
and farm servant, nth snick and inOUstnoss,
a capital breaker, orderer a*?a manager of horse*,
and competent to at>> possible fa*m wo'k and the
mana#ement of any machinery used on a farm, and
is 4 * years of age 'l o a Southern gentleman rstuirin;
an intelligent and v*ry useful servi toj
this description. For his own use. ns will '
rotd a l?argain. in order to get him a food Hoiiis.
His owner will not *ell him to a trader. P'ea?e address
Box N'-. I t Star Offioe. m%r u
E Have in store, and are .tail* receiving^ 15
FIXTUH KS of entirely New Patterns and Designs
an I Finisl*. supon-'r in ?t?le to anythin? her> tofbtw
offered in Una ma: Ret. VV e wviteoittaens
U to . *.! t ut exsiniue t??r stock of oai and ater
^Eti^e. ft.^c...ifid~nt that we havs the best
ittcf k in ^ %iiiiiiicton
All w<?rk "in ti?e aliove Iine intrusted to our cars
will be oroniptly attended to.
will ue proiup MYERS ft McGHAN.
mar A-tf *I?P street.
RKMOVED?J. R. B. 9CHWA17.K rot fi's
kis enstom-rs asd rhe_pab?ie mat /?v
he ha* removed his PICRLING (aj
UYSTKR OPENING EbTAKLISH VlUf
MENT from the c .rner of 17th and E xSEr
streets, to No. 15'h street eo'n?r
of Peun avenue, wheie he will be happv to serve
all who may oal'. ouHm.at his ssua. i?sss*?Ws
rates. mar 1& tl
ONEY TO LOAN, m sma'i amounts os?o- d
saeuriUes. at 410 Pa. aveuss aarll s??isi
CHILOE MUP AT.?This ssls-'ated Uotw ?
Sta!iion will stand for serv.eo U*s??j
luc seaaon, eommsncisg tbe 9Kh nt MareK j?^
He can be issn at Martin's Tjverv Stabi.^f=T
on 8rh streer. Those wishin? to improve t elr
I stock will call and exairine the hor.e, a* hs oea t